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Most of the time it's not the SSL that browsers don't support - it's your server settings and cipher suite. All new browsers support pretty much everything though, its just the old stuff you have to worry about. Examples are as follows: SNI - This is to allow multiple certs on multiple domains to be applied to 1 IP. Known as a multi-tennant server. XP ...


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On the server side, you can detect the browser by looking at the HTTP_USER_AGENT header: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/306576 You can then use different versions of javascript files for different browsers like <script type='text/javascript' src='MainLibraryIE6.js'></script> Another trick is using browser conditional commands such as ...


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Usually, I believe these systems (LastPass, Keychain, Browsers) recognise the requirement for saving fields dependent on your input field name. As an example, my login forms seem to be compatible simply using two inputs. One a text input with name="username" as an attribute and one password input with name="password" as an attribute. Of course ensure that ...



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